Disney, Warner Bros, and Universal each disclosed a bit about the future of their respective theatrical release plans. Disney will offer a mixed bag of "additional fee" online Disney+ releases and traditional movie theater releases, Warner Bros is going back to the old way with a shortened (90-day down to 45-day) exclusivity window, and Universal will shorten its window to 31 days for big films and 17 days for low-grossing films ($50 million and under domestically). Continue Reading →
Posts I've written about HBO Max. Subscribe to my newsletter to make sure you don't miss anything.
AT&T informed its customers that as of March 25, HBO Max will count toward their data cap. The company says the end of its "Data Free TV" offer is due to California's (recently upheld) net neutrality laws. Continue Reading →
Christmas is Friday, and many online retailers can no longer guarantee delivery before the holiday. If you’re struggling to find a last-minute digital gift ideas, here's something for everyone on your list. Continue Reading →
As a consumer, there is nothing more wonderful than choice. In a groundbreaking, world-changing announcement earlier this week, Warner Bros. announced that its entire 2021 slate of theatrical motion picture releases would be available on HBO Max the day they are released in theaters. This is awesome!!! Unless you live and work in the motion picture industry. Then, not so much. Continue Reading →
Excited about streaming AppleTV+, Disney+, HBO Max? Keeping Netflix, Hulu? Getting Amazon Prime or YouTubeTV? Be careful how many you sign up for or you'll be in streaming sticker shock. Shelly Palmer chats with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters on Good Day New York. Original Airdate: October 29, 2019 Continue Reading →